PM should not use inferior language against CM: BKC

PM should not use inferior language against CM: BKC

Former minister B K Chandrashekar

Former minister B K Chandrashekar said that Narendra Modi should not make loose comments against anyone, being the Prime Minister.

In a press conference, here, on Thursday, Chandrashekar said, "The PM has been speaking lightly against Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and the Congress party. Being a PM, Modi should not use inferior language." 

"Modi is now appeasing JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda, but, he never speaks about his own party leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Modi said Deve Gowda is a statesman, but, he never says anything about Vajpayee and L K Advani,” Chandrashekar said.

"BJP leaders have taken the election as a ‘Life and Death’ challenge. BJP president Amit Shah is desperate as he understands that the party cannot win in Karnataka. They desperately want to defeat Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Karnataka BJP unit is in an extraordinarily confused state,” he commented.

Chandrashekar said, "BJP leaders have humiliated party state president B S Yeddyurappa by denying ticket to his son B Y Vijayendra from Varuna Assembly segment."

Charges Yogi

Charging Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Chandrashekar said, criminal activities have become rampant in UP, but Adityanath talks of ‘Ramrajya’. "Why are the PM and BJP leaders not speaking about the increase in criminal activities in the BJP-ruled states? Even though several infants died in a hospital in Gorakhpur, UP, the CM neglected the case and suspended a doctor only because he belongs to the Muslim community. Why is Modi silent on rape cases," he asked.

Adityanath has no credibility and lacks general administration skills. Describing the encounters as anti-Constitutional, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has served a notice to the UP government for the fake encounters, he said.

Farm loan waiver

Chandrashekar said, though JD(S) state president H D Kumaraswamy has been claiming that he would waive 100% farm loans, it is difficult in reality.

Congress city president R Murthy was present.